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p&g-072815.jpg Procter & Gamble Co., (PG) Tuesday announced the promotion of David Taylor to the role of Chief Executive Officer, as the consumer goods giant replaces Chief Executive A.G. Lafley for the second time. David Taylor, a 35-year-veteran and currently Group President of Global Beauty, Grooming and Health...

anadarka-072815.jpg Anadarko Petroleum reported a plunge in second-quarter profit, hurt by weak oil prices, partly offset by some derivative gains. However, its earnings topped Street estimates, driven by operational efficiencies and sales of higher-margin oil. Anadarko shares...

twitter-072815.jpg Micro-blogging site Twitter Inc said Tuesday after the markets closed that its second quarter net loss narrowed from last year, as revenue surged 61%. The company's quarterly earnings per share, excluding items, came in above analysts' expectations as did its quarterly revenue.

chrobinson-072815.jpg C.H. Robinson Worldwide Inc. (CHRW), one of the largest transportation logistics firm in North America, Tuesday reported an increase in profit for the second quarter, driven mainly by higher truckload revenues. Earnings for the quarter trumped Wall Street estimates, although revenues fell short. Shares...

wallstreet-121514_28Jul15.jpg Stocks showed a strong move to the upside over the course of the trading day on Tuesday after initially showing a lack of direction. With the upward move, the major averages partly offset the weakness seen over the past several sessions.

Irannegoiations-072815.jpg As administration officials face tough questions on Capitol Hill regarding the nuclear agreement with Iran, the results of a new CNN/ORC International poll found that a majority of Americans think Congress should reject the deal.

CrudeOil-112614_28Jul15.jpg U.S. crude oil snapped a four-day straight loss to end higher on Tuesday, but still remained below the $48-mark, ahead of the official weekly oil report from the U.S. Energy Information Administration with traders anticipating a decline in stockpiles. The U.S. Energy Information Administration is...

capitolwest-072815.jpg While a multi-year highway funding bill took another step forward in the Senate on Monday, House Republicans leaders have announced plans to vote on just a three-month extension on Wednesday.

Gold-012315_28Jul15.jpg Gold futures ended slightly lower on Tuesday, as the dollar strengthened against a basket of major currencies and equity markets in the U.S. and Europe recovered to trade higher, even as the volatile Chinese stocks cut down on the losses seen yesterday. The Shanghai stock exchange closed Tuesday down...

Apple-Watch-BestBuy-072815.jpg Electronics retailer Best Buy Co. Inc. (BBY), has announced it will retail Apple Watch in its store from next month, making it the first retailer besides Apple Stores to offer the smartwatch that was launched three months ago. Initially, Best Buy will start selling the smartwatch in over 100 stores...

wallstreet1-121214_28Jul15.jpg After initially showing a lack of direction, stocks have moved mostly higher over the course of the trading day on Tuesday. With the upward move, the major averages are partly offsetting the weakness seen over the past several sessions.

Ford-072815.jpg Automaker Ford Motor Co. on Tuesday reported a 44 percent increase in profit for the second quarter from last year, driven by quarterly record profit in North America. Both revenue and adjusted earnings per share for the quarter beat analysts' estimates. Looking ahead, Ford reaffirmed its profit guidance for fiscal 2015.

boyscout-072815.jpg Concluding that its previous policy could not be sustained, the Boy Scouts of America voted Monday to lift its decades-long ban on openly gay adult leaders and employees.

Volkswagen-072815.jpg German automaker Volkswagen AG pipped its Japanese rival Toyota Motor Co. to become the world's biggest automaker by sales in the first half of 2015. It has already been Europe's largest car maker. Volkswagen sold 5.04 million vehicles worldwide in the first six months of the year, edging ahead of Toyota's sales of 5.02 million vehicles in the same period.

wallstreet1-103112_28Jul15.jpg Stocks are turning in a lackluster performance in early trading on Tuesday after failing to sustain an initial upward move. The major averages have turned mixed on the day, with the tech-heavy Nasdaq pulling back into negative territory.

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